The Ridley Hi-Q Team compete with twenty-one schools from around Delaware County in an academic competition. Delco Hi-Q is the oldest continuous academic competition quiz program in the United States. The program began in 1948 as a community relations program of the Scott Paper Company.
In 2004, seven years after Scott Paper merged with Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) became the primary sponsor of Delco Hi-Q. Consistent with its mission to advance education, FMFCU is committed to promoting Hi-Q, supporting and recognizing academic achievement with the same manner of appreciation shown to athletes.
The Ridley Educational Foundation is proud to help sponsor this activity.